Tour De Picnic
Cycle or Run to the Electric Picnic for Childline
Looking for a fun and challenging way to support Childline by ISPCC and enjoy one of Ireland’s biggest music and arts festivals? Look no further than Tour de Picnic!
Scheduled for Friday, September 1st, 2023, Tour de Picnic is a unique fundraising and fitness event that challenges participants to cycle or run to Electric Picnic in Stradbally while raising a minimum of €450 for Childline by ISPCC along with two other great Irish charities.
This year, Childline by ISPCC, Ireland’s only 24-hour listening service for children and young people nationwide are proud to be partnering with Tour de Picnic once again!
If you missed out on tickets to Electric Picnic 2023 or simply want to do something different and rewarding, register for Tour de Picnic now! You’re sure to have an unforgettable experience and do some good along the way!
How to Raise Funds for Childline
Get Festival Fit with Tour de Picnic 2023 and Cycle 80KM or Run 17KM to Electric Picnic!
Raise a minimum of €450 for charity and get your weekend festival ticket as a reward at the finish line!
Registration is €100 which goes towards your final fundraising target. You must complete your fitness challenge and reach your fundraising target to get your Electric Picnic ticket!
The clock is ticking so register now to find out how you can take part.
Why Choose to Raise Funds for Childline with Tour De Picnic
ISPCC is a national charity dedicated to enhancing the lives of children and young people; they are at the heart of everything we do. We provide Childline’s suite of services.
Our child-centred services, programmes and supports are focused on strengthening resilience and developing coping competencies.
By listening to, supporting and empowering children and young people, we strive to ensure they are better equipped to face life’s ups and downs and reach their full potential. We speak out and advocate for meaningful change that will enhance their lives today and leave a legacy of improved childhood experiences for future generations of children and young people.